In some devices you need to flash recovery image using ADB and Fastboot. Here is the complete tutorial how to do so.
- Recovery Image.
- Android device drivers.
- ADB and Fastboot Drivers.
- If Bootloader available then it should be unlocked. See below
- USB Cable.
- Windows PC/Laptop.
- An Android Device. 😉
Steps To Flash Recovery Image Using ADB and Fastboot
- Install your device drivers and Minimal ADB and Fastboot on your computer.
- Enable USB Debugging On Your Device.(Go To Settings -> Developers Option -> Tick The USB Debugging Option)(In Case You Does Not Find Developer Options In Your Device Then Go To Settings -> About -> Tap On Build Number Many Times…A Pop Will Show That You Are Now A Developer….)
- Connect your device to your computer via USB cable.
- Open Minimal ADB and Fastboot on your computer.
- To check whether you device is detected or not type1adb devices
- Reboot into bootloader mode using following command.1adb reboot bootloader
- Copy recovery image to C drive and rename recovery image to recovery.img.
- Type the following command to flash recovery image.1fastboot flash recovery c:\recovery.img
- Now type the following command to reboot bootloader.1fastboot reboot-bootloader
- and then type following command to erase cache.1fastboot erase cache
- Now type the following command to reboot your device.1fastboot reboot
- Now disconnect your device.
- You have successfully flashed recovery image to your android device.
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